Sunday, October 08, 2006
White baneberry (Actaea pachypoda) is a fairly common, rather pleasant woodland wildflower, with green, nicely-cut foliage. It's flowers are inconsequential, but it's berries, which appear in autumn, are another matter. Commonly called Doll's Eyes, they are shiny porcelain white, with black dots, arising from a day-glo red stem. It's a nice conversation plant in the fall, and it's always good to keep an eye on the plants in the garden.
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